Ok, who me exaggerate?
I ordered from UK's Royal Mint a commemorative £2 coin featuring the centenary of the Flying Scotsman, the train that travelled from London directly north to Edinburgh. I seem to recall it could travel at 160 km/h, 100 mph, which is terribly impressive for a steam train. The Flying Scotsman visited Australia some years ago and travelled around our country's rails with great success and adulation.
The commemorative £2 coin was priced at £21, but hey, I am a foreign type and I don't pay VAT, so £17. But with £12 postage added, I am up for £29 for a £2 coin.
Then the conversion rate by my bank kicked in and while it wasn't quite AU$50, it was close.
Anyway, I like my coin and I am happy with what I bought. You are really going to have click to enlarge to see these photos properly.